v. berbau, bernada, merasa, berkecap-kecap, mengecap, menampar, memukul, memukulkan, memukul-mukul
adv. tepat, benar-benar
When he had got there, he smacked with his lips and pretended that he sat and drove.
Tchernoff drank two glasses, testifying to the excellence of the liquid by smacking his lips. The three were silent with the wondering and thoughtful silence which the grandeur of the night imposes.
“Now grab your jacket. And dry off your hair,” he added, for which she smacked him on the arm with the book while he ran off to the living room. She quickly chased after him, laughing as she went.
“Yesterday’s were more serious,” the counterman whispered and smacked the lad on the back of his close-cropped head.
A moment later, my senses returned, and I walked over and smacked him on the side of the head as hard as I could.
And then a big, squishy ball of dripping snow smacked into the back of his head.
Drizzt tried unsuccessfully to strike a fire for many minutes, smacking his dagger against a stone.
Ev'n as soon as thou canst, for thou hast to pull at a smack o' th' contrary.
He drank and smacked his lips over every gulp.
He swallowed them all down into his warm, dark, inside cup-boards, and then he smacked his lips–so, and turned round three times on his tail.
1. snap: bang, crack, noise
2. exactly: precisely, just, clearly
3. blow: hit, slap, spank, pat
4. trace: touch, suggestion, bit
5. kiss: greeting, smooch
6. savour: flavour, tang, smell
7. spank: strike, slap, hit, blow, pat, cuff
8. kiss: smooch, greet